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Beauiful starlord, I can hear my boots crunching on the snow.
No wind and ice crystals in the air. Hoar frost on everything. Lovely.
It's quite a long walk I just noticed :-)
Spectacular picture !!! Thank you Starlord. I love this one!!
Enjoy it and ... I'm glad you're having it :-)It's not snowing here anymore. And you know, whenever it's freezing, the word Elfstedentocht is brought forward.
Very beautiful. In an hour it will start here.
Thanks for your comments, Bentley and Tangarine :-)Highly appreciated
Love the winter view.....so pretty
What a lovely snowscape. Thanks starlord
Glad you like it, Bloorox Sitting inside by the fire, looking through the window. I could live with that, Tweegan :-)
Starlord - if winter was glowed like this picture - wouldn't mind the cold. Thanks.
Beautiful winter scene! Thanks, starlord!
@ Mgbeheler: The camera would have to be invented by some smart caveman, as they started drawing already :-)@ Goingsilver: I can't draw a straight line either. Even though this image isn't taken here, it's snowing and freezing... Not too keen on this weather. It's nice looking at it from behind the window, knowing you don't need to go outside
This is so beautiful; I'd love to be walking there! Good morning and thank you starlord. Interesting question mgbeheler asked. I think perhaps man would have learned to draw, for he would want to put his own interpretation on a scene, or create an image he had in his minds eye. But as I am someone who can't even draw a straight line, I'm just glad cameras were invented!
The kind of scene that makes me wonder, if cameras had been invented first, would man have ever learned to draw?